Scottish HTA OKs Neratinib For Early-Stage Breast Cancer
Treatment Fills An Unmet Need, Say Clinical Experts
A product that was initially turned down for marketing approval in the EU has now been given the green light for use on the National Health Service in Scotland, following a similar recommendation in England late last year.
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